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Thread: Maine Cache and Cache Hider Stats

  1. #51
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    I updated the stats last night. We've gone past 3000 approved caches, but the archivals have been high the past few months too.

    Maine Geocaching Stats
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    Updated the stats again since we're not well enough for the event today.

    We've passed 700 archived, I bet a lot of us can remember when there weren't that many caches in the state!

    Maine Cache Stats
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    Thumbs up Thanks brdad!

    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    Updated the stats again since we're not well enough for the event today.

    We've passed 700 archived, I bet a lot of us can remember when there weren't that many caches in the state!

    Maine Cache Stats
    These are really cool. Thanks again for keeping it updated!!!
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    I have updated the stats as of 5/4/2008. You may notice the stats still do not include the Whereigo caches. I'm working on a new script to generate stats that hopefully won't take half an hour to calculate. So, the Whereigos may have to wait until then.

    Maine now has a new southernmost cache, and it's still waiting for FTF!
    Captain McGregore's Island (GCZ3GT) by Atsah (2/5)

    Thanks to Tat for pointing that out to me.

    About 72% of the caches placed in April (117 caches out of 162 total) are small or micro. Is there no where left to hide larger caches?

    View the stats here: Maine Cache Stats
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    . . . .
    About 72% of the caches placed in April (117 caches out of 162 total) are small or micro. Is there no where left to hide larger caches?

    View the stats here: Maine Cache Stats
    Rumor has it that there are quite a few regular sized caches in the Canaan/Skowhegan Area . . . at least I know one certain cacher here is trying her darndest to convince folks to come on up and grab some of them!
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    Talking Well Dave...

    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    Is there no where left to hide larger caches?
    I really think you should lead the charge.. Like how about you putting out some new ones. Hmmmmm!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainiac1957 View Post
    I really think you should lead the charge.. Like how about you putting out some new ones. Hmmmmm!!!
    I led the charge before you even started caching, sport!

    I have been working on one for what, 2 years now? It probably is about time...

    If I hide it, how many will follow and hide one similar? Maybe a series ... BCTTYS Big Caches That take You Somewhere
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    Thumbs up Be glad to Dave.

    I love caches that take you some place. To hide as well as find. Such as my A View of the Lake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainiac1957 View Post
    I love caches that take you some place. To hide as well as find. Such as my A View of the Lake.
    You do have some great caches. Your linky, however, needs some work.

    A View of the Lake (A Rescue Rangers Cache) (GC149W5) by mainiac1957 (1.5/4)
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    Talking My Hero

    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    You do have some great caches. Your linky, however, needs some work.

    A View of the Lake (A Rescue Rangers Cache) (GC149W5) by mainiac1957 (1.5/4)
    I always liked how you do those. What's your secret?
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